Show #3594 - Thursday, March 30, 2000


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Lori Callan, a project manager from San Francisco, California

Greg Lau, an account manager from Piedmont, California

Jennifer Yuan, a web designer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

2000 CARS
    $100 8
He used the $40,000 made from his universal stock printer to set up a lab in Newark, New Jersey
    $100 3
Ryan's Hope & Duffy's Tavern were bars in this city
    $100 16
Honda's new Insight is a hybrid, propelled by 2 engines: 1 gas & 1 of this type
    $100 21
Standing atop the Acropolis, acrophobia, fear of this, may acrop up
    $100 26
Title of the highest elected official serving on the island
    $100 1
It's another name for a comedian
    $200 9
He and Phineas Miller received a cotton gin patent in 1794, but it didn't get court protection until 1807
    $200 4
In 1970 it alternated weeks with "CBS Reports" on Tuesdays; it's since moved to Sundays
    $200 17
This Swedish automaker's 40-Series has--Oh my!--curves instead of corners
    $200 22
If McCartney were heliophobic, afraid of this, he would probably have sung, "I'll follow the moon"
    $200 27
Though this city has been capital since 1521, the current capitol building has only been in use since 1929
    $200 2
In names of golf tournaments, this word follows GTE Byron Nelson, Bob Hope Chrysler & Quad City
    $300 10
During his lifetime this instant camera inventor received 533 U.S. patents
    $300 5
On this sitcom Chicago cop Carl Winslow's pet peeve was his neighbor Steve
    $300 18
Not to be Cruella, but Cadillac's completely restored this model for 2000, including L.E.D. taillights
    DD: $500 23
Type of TV you'd buy if you're chromophobic
    $300 28
His accomplishments are celebrated in October 12 November 19 observances
    $300 11
A Greek philosopher who believed life is best when freed of possessions; Diogenes of Sinope was one
    $400 14
His pin-tumbler cylinder lock of 1861 was based on a mechanism used by the ancient Egyptians
    $400 6
(Hi, I'm Lauralee Bell from "The Young and the Restless") This actor was a relative unknown when he played George Curtis on "Y&R"; now he's Luke Spencer on General Hospital
    $400 19
Oooh, it cut its Cutlass & 86ed its Eighty-Eight from the line
    $400 24
As an algophobe fears pain, a hedonophobe fears this
    $400 29
They are the 3 colors on the flag of Puerto Rico
    $400 12
This brandy is named for the town in western France where it is produced
    $500 15
In 1970 this U.S. glass firm made the first commercially viable optical fiber for communications
    $500 7
Former footballer Fred Dryer tackled the lead role in this Cannell classic in 1984
    $500 20
It split its most popular all-wheel-drive vehicles, the only type it sells, into 2 lines--Legacy & Outback
    $500 25
If Peter Pan were sciophobic, afraid of these, he probably would have been glad he lost his
    $500 30
In 1987 he became the first Spanish king to visit Puerto Rico since 1898
    $500 13

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Jennifer Greg Lori
$800 $1,300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Greg Lori
$1,900 $2,400 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This down under city is home to the world famous Bondi Beach
    $200 6
The Brits call this heavy metal favorite a knuckle duster
    $200 22
An instrumental composition having no fixed form or style, or a 1940 Disney homage to classical music
    $200 13
Clinton's pickles
    $200 7
In June this first lady ended her 2-week tour of 7 Caribbean & South American countries
    $200 12
The end of this strip, announced December 14, 1999, was met with headlines saying "Good Grief!"
    $400 2
The name of every country Brittanica classifies as being in central Asia ends in these 2 letters
    $400 15
It's the traditional weapon of the Roman gladiator seen here:
    $400 23
Sadly, this Polish-French composer died in 1849, never having written a symphony, opera or bluegrass tune
    $400 14
James K.'s kith & kin
    $400 8
The Space Shuttle Enterprise made its first solo flight & NYC's ban on test flights of this craft was overturned
    DD: $1,000 3
Of the 3 longest rivers in Africa, it's the one that starts with a different letter than the other 2
    $600 17
The operative mechanism of the weapon seen here gives it this name
    $600 26
This term for songs sung by Venetian gondoliers is from the Italian for "barge"
    $600 16
Arthur's jokers
    $600 9
It's reported she consulted astrologers to see if she should run again for the leadership of India
    $800 4
In the 20th century these neighboring countries each had a king named Faisal
    $800 19
This weapon seen here is used mainly for hunting by natives of South America & Asia
    $800 25
This Edvard Grieg suite was written as a piano duet & then orchestrated & divided into Opus 46 & Opus 55
    $800 18
Benjamin's military posts
    $800 10
In '77 55 objects from his tomb toured the U.S.
    $800 28
This strip didn't last until the 25th century; its 1st run was from 1929 to 1967 & the TV series-inspired 2nd run was 1979-1983
    $1000 5
This southernmost active volcano is on Ross Island in the Ross Sea
    $1000 20
This martial arts weapon seen here is banned in some areas
    $1000 24
During the Baroque period, the Amatis & others advanced violin-making in this Italian city
    $1000 21
Cleveland's shorebirds
    DD: $700 11
The Grammy for Song of the Year went to Bruce Johnson, writer of this Barry Manilow song
    $1000 27
After 54 years this title boxer threw his towel into the ring in 1984

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Greg Lori
$3,500 $6,800 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She's the granddaughter of an Oscar winner, the niece of a 2-time Oscar winner, & the daughter of a 1997 nominee

Final scores:

Jennifer Greg Lori
$4,200 $2,578 $10,700
2nd place: trip to Barbados & stay at Almond Resorts 3rd place: 1-800-Gift Certificate New champion: $10,700

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jennifer Greg Lori
$3,500 $6,400 $5,500
15 R,
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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Game tape date: 2000-01-12
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